It's not difficult to imagine that Mets management told her to call Fiers' integrity into question and defend Carlos Beltran.
With Alex Rodriguez leaving his Yankees' advisor role and David Ross leaving his ESPN job to manage the Cubs, Jessica Mendoza is even more at the center of the team employee/broadcaster debate.
Mendoza was in a car crash in Southern California Friday. She's expected to return to the Sunday Night Baseball booth next week.
ESPN is seemingly continuing on with this Sunday Night Baseball crew for another season.
Is this criticism fair or foul?
"When a booth is functioning on all cylinders, there's this nice symbiotic dynamic between the producer and the people in the booth. ...You're just vibing. That's what we're trying to get to, and it has to happen organically."
Would more women in the booth make for more female viewers? ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball analyst thinks so.
A-Rod is no Tony Romo and should probably stop trying.
"A lot of people are going to be just listening for mistakes instead of watching the game."
Mendoza will be back for a third season of Sunday Night Baseball. Now we wait to hear who will call the games beside her.
Mendoza's willing to persevere through criticism to break down barriers for others.
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